A small village in Västergötland, Sweden. Everything is turned upside-down when the local loner dies and his mansion, called House of Angels, is inherited by his unknown grand-daughter Fanny. She comes riding on a big black motorcycle with her best friend Zac, wearing black leather and spikes. The farmer Axel Flogfält had expected that he would be able to buy the mansion for a good price, but now it seems that Fanny and Zac will stay there. The village is divided into two camps, one for and one against them.Written by
Rikard Wolff suffered a motorcycle accident at the end shooting, going down a road with Helena Bergström on the backseat. Wolff scraped his knee badly but neither he nor Bergström was seriously injured. See more »
Aenglagård is me and my wifes all time swedish favourite movie. it tells the story about a woman touring around europe and the u.s. with her boyfriend and their cabaret group, af all kinds and genders. one day she get the message that she has inherited a house far away from the big city in the most rednecked of rednecked sweeds in the most remote southern wilderness of sweden. and here the rumours and gossip starts and develops into the most charming and loveable of loveable dramacomedies.
we've seen this movie and its sequel at least 13 times,always together in the sofa, and everytime the tears flow near the end. its a piece of wizardry thinks the grumpy old man.highly recommended
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